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How do you make the alcoholic drink called a Bocce Ball?


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2013-03-13 21:19:24
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Bocce Ball drink ingredients

Bocce Ball ingredients:


Orange Juice


If you want a mild drink, eliminate the vodka, or add in small quantities.

This is a very smooth drink.



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